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STOMACH HAVE OWN Hexamethylenetetramine Is the name of a German chemical, one of the many valuable ingredients of Foley's Kidney Remedy. Hexa methylenetetramine is recognized by medical text books and authorities as a uric acid solvent and anti-septic for the urine. Take Foley's Kidney Rem edy promptly at the first sign of kid ney trouble and avoid a sextewi mal ady. H. H. Casselman. This country's crop of corn, oats, wheat, barley and potatoes amounts to 5,275,000,000 bushels for the year, but pessimistic people will camplaln because there has been a short yield of choke-cherries. AJan.-ufiwtwr«r» i MI0LM io STEAIW MGIKIS. FUlLFM HIRERS, SHAFTING, CLUfCHEl and ail rOfttl TfUISWSSMI SUffUn, dract It tt» rumsi ITS WAY. $• No Try to Drive «nd Fore# It to Work Wh»n It is Not Able or You Will Suffer All the Moro. •Tou cannot treat your stomach an •bine men treat a balky horse: force, drive or even starve it into doing work &t which it rebels. The stomach is a patient and faithful servant and will ktand much abuse and ill-treatment before it "balks," but when it does you had better go slow with it and not at tempt to make it work. Some people have the mistaken idea that they can make their stomachs work by starving themselves. They might cure tho Stomach that way, but it would tako so long that they would have no use for a stomach when they got through. The sensible way out of the difficulty Is to let the stmoach rest if it wants to shd employ a substitute to do its work. Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets will do the work of your stomach for you and digest your food just as your stomach used to when it wag well. You can prove this by putting your food in a glass jar with one of the tablets and sufficient water and you will see the food digested in just the same time as the digestive fluids of the stomach would do it. That will satisfy your mind. Now, to satisfy both your mind and body take one of Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets after eating—eat all and what you want—and you will feel In your mind that your food is being digested because you will feel no dis turbance or weight in your stomach In fact, you will forget all about hav ing a stomach, just as you did when you were a healthy boy or girl. Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets act In a natural way because they contain only the natural elements of the gastric ,1uk*es and other digestive fluids of the stomach. It makes no difference what condition the stomach is in, they go right ahead of their own accord and do their work. They know their busi ness and surrounding conditions do not influence them in the least. They thus relieve the weak stomach of all its burdens and give it its much-needed reit and permit It to become strong and healthy. Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets are for sale by all druggists at 50 cents a box. They are so well known and their popularity is so great that a druggist would as soon think of being out of alcohol or quinine as of them. In fact, physicians are prescribing them all over th« land, and if your own doctor is real honest with you he will tell you frankly that there Is nothing on earth so good for dyspepsia as Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets. IASE NFiRLY CLAIMS VICTIM MILNOR MAN SKATES INTO OPENING HIS COMPANION SCREAMS FOR HELP. Milnor, N. D., Nov. 23—Percy Worri ner, assistant postmaster here, had a narrow escape from drowning while skating on Storm lake. He skated into five or six feet of water. His partner managed to escape a ducking and screamed lustily for help and he was finally rescued. Ole Hanson lost his suit brought in district court against the Hansen Hardware Co., for possession of his store building at Milaca. It is under stood he will take an appeal. Laraut Machine Shop in th» Wit MINNEAPOLIS ,, Vw rf'f CO ANY AGE Absolute Cu« or Tuition Re funded. i mm MNM STUMORS, CMUM. M* VAN TiLBURG Our A atom obi 1« OH* p-n mors jower and le: carbon than other oili. line Van TSinurnCo. liiiirkiiotln V*l4t THE Mi rou WAN* ferl2«i/jttts'ottb*caription Beach's Magazine OF BUSINESS A handsome monthly majjasme lor bttlflMBfflMe pctwingefs, book-keepers, cashier*, eMcUf-flMM I raph* r* arK»rti*in* ma Racers, *tr. The rwin II* d«8k" must heve it, Spieiidiri bus. X: nature quickly restoring natural con ItM my namou u ie.k for Betu-h't Hav" iu« »croM a copy. It beats °»r I K yMr." U.limvK m'tl Mtt at BrtcvctiMtefc I coiifculfed. atiy' 6*y BEER HUNTER BETS MTU IN till'. M. Monday O'Connor was out with Dr. Roan and they succeeded in securing another deer. Mr. O'Connor says the water in the creek is raising and that it would be a dangerous proposition for one to attempt to cross it at pres ent, as they would be liable to be car ried under the ice if ihfiy broke through, and drown. We Buy Scrap Tron- Carload lots a specialty. Correspond ence given prompt attention. Fargo Iron Metal Co., Fargo. N. D. TO! FARGO NAViliATIBN IN MISSOURI CLOSED INTERESTING DATA COMPILED BY DIRECTOR O. W. ROB ERTS. Bismarck, N. D., Nov. 23.—The fol lowing data compiled by Director Rob erts of the weather bureau of the clos ing of navigation in the Missouri riv er at Bismarck, N. D.„ are compiled from the records of the local office, weather bureau, and may prove of in terest to your readers: Following are the dates of closing of navigation in the Missouri river at Bismarck, N. D.: 1874—Nov. 17. 1876—Nov. 17. 1876—Missing. 1877— Nov. 6. 1878—Missing. 187®—Nov, 2. 1880—Nov. 18. 1881—Nov. 17. 1882—Nov. 10. 1883—Missing. 1884—Missing. 1885—Missing. 1886—Nov. 17. 1887—Nov. 23. 1888—Dec. 2. 1889—Missing. 1890—Missing. 1891—Missing. 18i)2—Missing. 1893—Missing. 1894—Nov. 18. 1895—Missing. 1896—Nov. 7. 1897—Nov. 21. 1898—Nov. 21. 1889—Dec. 10. 1900—Nov. 16. 1901—Nov. 7. 1902—Nov. 10. 1903—Nov. 18. 1904—Nov. 30. 1905—Nov. 30. 1906—Nov. 30. 1907—Dec. 3. 1908—Dec. 1. 1909—Nov. 15. 1910—Nov. 19. It will be observed that the aver age date of closing of navigation In the Missouri river at Bismarck, N. D., is Nov. 20. i J. O'CONNOR MAKES POOR GUESS AS TO DEPTH OF WATER IN RIVER. Bismarck, N. D., Nor. 23.—M. J. O'Connor was treated to an im promptu bath in Island Mouth creek. He was out hunting deer with Insur ance Commissioner Cooper and at tempted tQ cross the creek on the Ice. Mickey knew the ice was thin, but thought the water under it was not over a ferw inches deep, but when the Ice broke he found out his mistake when he plunged into over four feet of water and was soaked to the skin. He was fortunate in getting into a hunter's tent and securing dry cloth ing to continue the hunt in. During the day one deer was secured. ONLY IN FARGO GEO. A. NEWS ALT, D. C., ONLY REGULAR CHIROPRACTOR IN THIS CITY—HAS DONE A GREAT WORK AND HAS MANY RE MARKABLE RECOVERIES TO HIS CREDIT. The Chiropractic Science has but one regularly qualified practitioner in this city, Geo. A. Newsalt, D. C., whose Mi: work has created very favorable impres sions of this old new way of rid ding the human body of diseased conditions. Chiropractic is unlike any other form of making sick people well. It is based upon the demonstrated theory that a very large proportion of the diseases with which humanity is afflicted arise irom subluxations or dislocations of the vertebrae of the spine, pinching the nerves that run from the brain to the different organs and shutting off the life current that the nerve carries. Wonderful recoveries have resulted from Chiropractic adjustments, prov ing that the theory is founded on fact, and Ir. Newsalt's work has been fa vorably commented on wherever he has had a chance to demonstrate his skill and knowledge. Cases which seemed hopeless when treated with medicines have been promptly restored to health and strength by Chiropractic adjust ments of the spine. The Chiropractor gives no medi cines. He has been taught a skillful way in which to adjust the spinal ver tebrae in such manner that the pinched nerves are relieved, the flow of life current continued and thus the cause of disease removed from the body-, tionB wnen oDstructions are removed. Dr. Newaait's offices are in the "Savings & Loan," where he may be cmikulfeii ali* dav FORTTM AND DAILY NEWS OP THE NORTHWEST.... MARRL£& ERE KEPT IT SECRfCT. Grand I^Srks, N. D., Nov. fcS.— Since Aug. 2, Miss Julia Bahgen of Crookston has been employed In a local millinery establishment, and It was not until yesterday that her friends here received cards announcing her marriage to Edwin Linde and the secret of her wedding became known. MiSs Bangen was wedded Aug. 21 in Fargo to Mr. Linde, but preferred to keep the secret to herself, and she succeeded In doing 80. BUTTER CONTEST TO BE FEAILHL I- DAIRY AND CREAMERY MEN WILL HAVE CHANCE TO COMPETE AT THE GRAFTON INSTITUTE THREE PRIZES FOR EACH CLASS, Bismarck, N. D., Nov. 23. Dairy Commissioner Flint has issued the following notice: In connection with the Farmers' and Dairymen's Institutes to be held in Grafton Thursday and Friday, Dec. 1 and 2, there will be a butter contest. The contest will be held in two classes. One for the farm dairy and one for creamery butter. Required package for dairy butter the five pound Jar and for the creamery a twenty pound tub. There will be three prizes for each class. The person having highest score will receive 810 second, $5 and third $2.50. Butter must be shipped or delivered so that it will reach Grafton not later than Thursday. Dec. 1. Butter exhibit will be held in the G. A. R. hall to be left there or may be shipped to Mr. Flint at Grafton. At the close of the conven tion all butter not called for will be sold to the best possible advantage and money returned to the exhibitor. All transportation charges should be pre paid. Rose Valley Notes. Valley, N. D., Nov. 2L—To Tile Forum: Mr. and Mrs. McKay spent a few days with friends at Erie the latter part of las week. Mr. Brase and son, Leon, spent Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. Max Smith at Hunter. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Heath were visit, ing friends in the valley last week. John Heath of Fargo Is visiting friends in the vicinity. Mr. and Mrs. Billie McDonald, near Gardner spent Friday evening at the Magunder home. Mr. Clipton from Illinois was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Mills, Thurs day and Friday last. The Fargo visitors the past week were, McKay, Brase, Lincoln, Angus McKay, Rebuck, Matson, Mr. and Mrs. Chris Schantz and IJllie McKay, Mr. Moen, near Galeburg, was seen in the vicinity one day last week on business. Cor, R. V. CM INIEEESIlNb Jamestown, N. D, Nov. 23.—One of the most interesting cases In tho present term of the county court was argued before the jury by Attorney George W. Thorp for the plaintiff and John Knauf for the defendant. The case was Cysewski vs. Fried and was brought to recover damages on ac count of the sale of glandered stock at an auction, which stock was war ranted by the auctioneer, and when placed with Mr. Cvsewski's animals transmitted the disease to them. Aft er being out five hours the jury brought in a verdict for the plaintiff. The auctioneer who sold the ani mals has died since the sale, and this fact greatly complicated the case, but the proposition was advanced and supported by Mr. Thorp that the sale of a horse with glanders, the presence of which is unknown to the purchaser, who places the glandered horse with others, entitled him to recover not only for the diseased horse, but also for the stock which Is Infected there by. The case was hotly contested, and over twenty witnesses were sub poenaed. The argument on behalf of the plaintiff was a logical and con vincing effort, and one of the finest ex amples of forensic oratory heard in the city for years. iLLEOAL VOTING (Miiui AI mm CONTEST OVER DIVIDING BIL LINGS COUNTY, N. D., MAY RESULT IN RECOUNT. Madlora, N. D. ,Nov. 23—^n Inspection of the ballots cast in Beach on the question of dividing Billings county and creating the counties of Golden Valley and Slope is promised. It is contended by opponents of the division plan that several illegal votes were cast, and this may be made the basis of an action' to test the question of whether or not the new counties havo in reality been created. Beach has hope of being the county seat of Gold en Valley county, with Marmarth as the leading aspirant for the honors in Slope. New Church at BowrrHlft, B-iwman, N. D., Nov. 23—The new Methodist church building was dedi cated here by Dr. S. A. Danfoi'd, as sisted by Rev. J. M. Taylor and the pastor, Rev. J. C. Cooke. This new church building in this new, vigorous county seat town is a source of great rejoicing to the Methodists as it gives them a better "footing" from which to work In this new country. Dr. Dan ford handled the finances at the dedi cation and secured more than eaough to free the church from debt BEPTTBLrTAtf, WEDXEST) AY TCOYEMEI? 23, 1010. jptiFooES NOT WANT II AGAIN ADJUTANT GENERAL IS NOT A CANDIDATE FOR REAPPOINT MENT—-TREUM ANN NEXT IN LINE. Bismarck. N. D„ Nov. 28.-—Adjutant Gen. Amasa P. Peake has stated that he will not be a candidate for reap pointment at the end of his first term J»s Ins private business will require his entire time. Colonel Jrreumann of Grafton is the next in line for the ap pointment Adjutant Peake was an arrival In the city last evening and he will re main here for some time, superintend ing the compiling of the biennial re port of the North Dakota National I Guard. The report will show that the adjutant general has attended two national meetings and various other meetings where matter in connection with the national guard has been the main topic. It will show great im provement In the efficiency of the guard in the state and a considerable amount of work done. There is at present in the office of the adjutant general at the capitol building, a clerk, two sergeants detail ed from the regular army and Major Stead man U. S. A. The regular army sergeants will, about Jan. 7. start on a tour of the state for the purpose of giving instruction in drill to the var ious companies. In past year it has been the rule to detail only one ser geant to this work in the state, but General Peake decided it would be better to have two so they would be able to cover the state In a shorter time. The idea is to get to all of the towns where militia companies are establish ed during the winter months, when there is a larger attendance at the drills and when the companies will get more benefit from the visit of the regular army men. In the time be tween now and when the sergeants leave on their trip, they wtfl fa the compilation of the report. r8uM TO iilm COUNTY SEAT CASE Pembina, N. D„ Nov. lock of Fargo will hear the arguments in the case commenced by Pembina prevent the removal o£ the county sea:, from Pembina to Cavalier, and next Saturday, Nov. 26, la the new dato fixed for the hearing. Pembina con tends that the fact that no other city except Pembina or Cavalier was al lowed to have its name on the ballot nullifies tlie election. This same point was brought up in an action com menced before the election, at wbi-eh lime Pembina lost but TAKE THE QUESTION TO COURT. Over North Dakota Towns Contend County Seat Case. Bow bells, N. D., Nov. 23.—With L4g nlte as the winner of the county seat of Burke county, the vote giving that place a plurality of 111 over its nearest competitor, Bowbells, there Is a possi bility of legal action within a short t'me to prevent the removal of the seat from Bowbells to lignite. The proposition on which the fight vlll be made is that of wliether a ma jority of the entire vote cast is neces rary, or whether only a plurality vote is required. This same condition ex ists in Sheridan, Mountrail and Ren ville counties. A number of leading attorneys of the state were called on Send for Free Trial Treatment Today ff Make-Man Tabids Yoa Xtti New Life Will Tingle in the Nerves, and the Blood Newly Purified WIU Course With New Impetus Throughout the System. v It is not always a sign of physical over exertion when a Man or Woman feels Jazy and sleepy and hasn't the ambition to plow through their work with all of their vigor. It Is often the nerves. They are over strung and they effect In more o~ less degree the entire system. The blood be comes thin and watery, making pale faces, causing Rheumatism, Kidney Trouble, Nervous Prostration, Sleepless ness, Anemia, and a general break down. Remove the cause—feed, nourish and tone up the nerves, and the kidney trou ble, the bowel trouble, the heart trou ble and all other symptoms will pass away. About every so often we all need re vitalizing re-energizing. Make-Man Tablets are for the whole familv Thev change the dull, tired, listless "man or woman into a live wire—one who does things with a vim and snap that means success. Mako-Man Tablets tone up the system aid digestion, sharpen the appetite, bring sound sleep, brighten the eyes, purify the blood, give new life and strength simply because they are the proper food for the nerves—and the nerves control every function of the body. J. A. Brady, 3327 Pleasant Ave., Min neapolis, tells his experience: "I am now on my third box of Make-Man Tablets and am gaining in strength and my friends tell me I am looking bet ter. 1 was very rriuen run down from the fclTects of a case of grippe, and wish to thank you for the good that Make Man Tablets have done for me" Make-Mart Tablets will make you well. 50c a box at all druggists or you can try a free trial treatment arid convince your self as to their true merit. -Mail Thn Coapn Triay-FREE iate-lhi MUb., MHbl •*., (top, II. Please send me a free trial treatment. Name. ... S e e City. Wtstf for opinions on this Question previous to the election, they holding that on]. i-- plurality vote was necessary. POUND A PHENOMENON. Grand Forks, N. D.. Nov. 28.— J. C. Holden of Ellendale was a business caller in the city today. At the courthouse this afternoon Mr. Holden told of something in the way of a phenomenon that he has discovered on his farm. About nine feet below the surface of the ground he has struck a layer of wood, composed of trees, brush, etc., which is about three feet deep, and covers a wide area of terrl tory. Mr. Holden was drilling into a sand and gravel ridge to locate water when the discovery was made, and he is at a loss to determine how the peculiar forma tion accumulated. Apparently the debris has been buried there for a I great many years. I 1 SHOOTS BROTHER IN PLACE OF Diiii AsWay, N. B., Nov. S3.—Gottttot the 18-year-old son of Gottlieb Gebhart, is dead here as the result of a gunshot wound. The young man and an older brother were on their way home from a neighbor's place where they had been to get some property that had been purchased at an auction sale. They were riding in a header box and had with them a shotgun that had been won at a raffle. As they approached a farm house Gottlieb ad vised his brother to be in readiness in case a vicious dog came out and caused trouble. Gottieb was In the front end of the header driving the horses, while the older boy, gun in hand, loaded and cocked, was standing In the back part of th© box. Some thing happened to cause the wagon to lurch, and the boy. holding the gun was thrown to the floor of the box. As he was thrown the gun was dis charged. The charge struck Gottlieb in the back part of the shoulder and passed Into and through the lung. Dr. Campbell was summoned and render ed all possible assistance, but death resulted within a few* hoars. P,i!ii0 HE Af FORTAL N. D. Portal, N. D., Nov. 23.—Four busi ness buildings in this city were de stroyed by fire which had its origin in an explosion in Daley's confectionery store. A gasoline tank used in con nection with the lighting system ex« ploded. The Daley store, Laflame's restau rant, Anderson's pool hall and John son's tailoring establishment were le stroyed before the fire was put out, Th© total loss was about $10,000. Ed. Valtens was working about the gasoline tank when it exploded, and tljje blazing oil was hurled into his face, causing serious injuries head and j- shoulders. 14 if Napoleon, N. D., Nov. 28.—When J. ft. Thompson was arraigned In the dis trict court on a charge of having as sisted another in jail breaking, he pleaded guilty, receiving a heavy fine at the hands of Judge Burke. Clyde Brenner, charged with main taining a common nuisance at Gackle, was found guilty and sentenced to a term in the county jail. TV. A. Case, accused of a similar crime, flled an affidavit of prejudice and his trial will be held In another county. ANOTHER SHAFT mi BE NEW SALEM LIGNITE MINING IN DUSTRY RECEIVES SUBSTAN TIAL BOOST. Kiw Salem, N. D„ Nov. 2S.~-LI«nite coal mining will receive further ex tentions in this section by the sinking of another shaft near this city. The shaft is designed to tap a 200 foot of lignite coal which lies about 200 feet under the surface. This same vein passes directly under the townslte of New Salem, and the coal is of a very excellent quality. With this fine supply of lignite coal at hand, New Salem expects tg be come a mining, gas and electric cen ter within a short time, as the manu facture of gas and electricity with kLfttl* Diapepsin Makes Youc Out of-Ordar Stomach Feel Fine in Five Minutes. If what you Just ate is sooriiUr on food, or have a feeling of Dizziness, Heartburn, Fullness, Nausea, bad taste in mouth piul stomach headache—this is Indigestion. A full case of Pape's Dlapepsin oo^s only 50 cents and will thoroughly cure your out-of-order stomach, and leave, sufficient about the house in case some one else in the family may suffer from (Stomach trouble or Indigestion. Ask your pharmacist to show you thf, fortnula plainly printed on these 60-cent cases, then you will under stand why Dyspeptic trouble of all such a great quantity of coal to drav from can be carried on with great profit Under Heavy Pressure. Kenmare, N. D,. Nov. 23.—-Two wheels of a wagon loaded with about two tons of lumber passed over the body of James Boyce when he fell under the \vagon, but he escaped with only a number of fractured ribs and a crushed cheek, and will live. Boyce fell from his wagon while delivering the lumber and was unable to get out Of the way of the wheels. He is In Critical condition but there Is everv reason to believe that he "will" flnailv if i -i i J- B"% FARMERS* ycar THE UNIVERSAL STOCK CAtffNET CO UecBMd ami bonded grain and general commission merchant* nnder the fnrlsdlctionof Uie railroad and warehouse commission of the state ot Minnesota. Connections at Duluth. Su perior, Chicago, Milwaukee, Kansas City, Mo., St. Louis, Mo„ Minneapolis. So. St. Paul, Minn. ili. Membership oi tliis splendid organization ol I*aimers is composed entirely of the better element oi practi* cal armers, Stockmen, Liverymen and Ranchmen, others are not eligible to membership. This organization is accomplishing more for its members in the way of equalization of profits and the remedying of the great Trust abuses and evils, than any other concern or body in existence. Through this organization all members can purchase all their commodities and supplies direct They can also dispose of all farm produce, grain, livestock, etc., direct, the system is simple and sure. By this method a line of unnecessary Middlemen are dispensed with-produte goes from shipper to consumer-manufactured sroods come direct from factory or brokerage firm to consumer, etc. Through the Concern's Veterinary Department, all diseases of Stock are treated through correspondence with Consulting Veterinary Staff and the use of the various medicines furnished free. Each member is presented with 'a beautiful and Substantial Stable Case consisting of a full line of veterinary remedies, books, and instruments said premium outftt contains 48 pounds of medicines, books, instruments and cabinet, weight about 50 pounds Every progressive farmer should be enrolled as a member with this grand Membership of Farmers, in Union tvveivty-rt*e cents"|?8 25) mcmbershlP or 'SEE OUt SALESMAN OR WRITE TO THE UNIVERSAL STOCK CABINET 'COMPANY MINNEAPOLIS, MINNESOTA, SJ. A. STOMACH GAS, DYSPEPSIA, AND JitADACHE titOM STOMACH VANISHES year stomach or lies like a'lump of jcl«»nt to eHgest and prepare for asslml lead, refusing to digest, or vou belch OPERATED JUST LIKE A LOOSE LEAF LEDGER. FIND ANY INVOICE IN A MOMENT. GET RID OF THAT OLD STACK OF TORN. DRIED OUT, DUST COVERED, BULKY AND FLABBY, BOUND INVOICE BOOKS! WWTP ro» SAMPLE SMFCT THE PORTE COMPANY .5V,n2.,?c* PRINTING CORN BRENNAN & BKENNAN Law, Land, Loans. Choice bargains la Real Estate. Write «or particular* Par go Corn and Oats for sale in car lots on any road. Write or wire for prices. J. G. WALTER & SON mmj% FALLS, SOUTH OAtCOTA GUIDE TO NORTH DAKOTA'S LEADING Ess! Esiaie Irs Write fur Rates on These Cards, Enclosing References Devils Lake^ WHEELOCK & WMEELOCK lyers and sellers of North Dakota farms. 28 Waldorf Block. V- kinds must go, and why they usually relieve sour, out-of-order stomachs Indigestion In ftv* minutes. Diapepsl|| Is harmless and taste* like candiS though each dose contains power sufft* !atlon ,nto the blood aI1 the food nmm on* t.-_. eat besides, It makes you go to the and Eructate sour, undigested tab! wttjh a hea Kulm A. B. MAUN, Gillie Business Colleger^ EM til ANY HML We make a specialty of Boskkeepiici. sl«orth»nci.T pcwrltlno. Arithmetic, Commer* etal Law, Actual Bust*cm. Banking, Penmanship. I.etter Writing. Hpelllna, Eng llih andCivU Service. Over fcOO students last y«mr. 10.000 square feel or floor space. 70 standard typewriters, 12 high grade, expeninuwd instructors. Graduates pieced iu positloas free of charge. W rite lor our 48-page llhistrmed Catalog. 36 WEST SEVENTH STREET. ST. PAUL, MINN. JU, general service contract costs but seventy-eight dollars and yo* ithy appetite, but. what will ples.se you most, is that yoi| will feel thai your -stomach and intes tines are clean and fresh, and you wilt not need to resort to laxatives or liver pills for Biliousness or Constipation. This city will hare many Diapepstflf •cranks, as some people will call tli^nj^ but you will be cranky about th^j| splendid stomach preparation, too, if you ever try a little for Indigestion or Gestritis or any other Stomach misery. Get some now. this minute, and for ever rid yourself of Stomach Trouble and Indigestion. THREE TIMS HE AFTER bOilTlf SEAT Crosby, N. D., Nov. 23—The fight for the county seat honors in Divide county is taking on definite form, with Crosby, Ambrose and Kermit in the field. Governor Burke lias the power of naming the commissioners who will fix the location of the temporary coun- ty seat' recover. matter comes to a vote of the people 'tor the permannt location. D0NT WASTE YOUR TF'lE O O K I N O I N V O I E S but two years before hence th» USE A Loose Leaf Invoice System rARGO, N. £. "Th» Land Man" Lands, Loans and Insurant* Correspondence solicited. IVfinot INTERSTATE LAND CO.—Wriie Ufc Irrigated and non- irrigated tracta ad* joining Calgary, the Chicago of Canada.